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park >>> "fortune" magazine calls him the smartest man in tech. google's uncanny ability to find what you want. >>> and the geekiest fireman you will ever want to meet. richard price, using the iphone to save lives. and ben parr of marshable and kim mcnichols on "press:here." >> good morning. the capitol of burendy, i looked it up on google and it took them parts of a second to give the answer. you know what, you are not amazed. you should be amazed. google as a public company is a little more than 2,000 days old. yeah. i looked that up on google, too. in those 2,000 plus day, we've grown accustomed to the fact anything can be found through google, usually on the first try. the internet may be the library, but google is the world's librarian and like all high-tech company, it's facing threats. the internet becoming increasingly mobile, away from their core strength on the desktop, becoming increasingly realtime, information moving too fast for google to index. the internet is becoming fractured. properties like facebook with its wealth of information generally off limits to much
at that and the "rolling stones" story. plus, has google become so powerful that it has wormed its way into more and more of what we do? we'll ask an author worried about the googlization of everything. this is "reliable sources." >>> there are high stakes issues at the heart of the wisconsin budget theatrics that much of the press is treating seriously. with so little contribution by the employees that they are threatening to bankrupt government. has witness's new governor scott walker, gone too far in trying to severely limit collective bargaining? i couldn't help but notice that msnbc kept airing interviews with democratic senators and republican senators kept coming up on fox news. most of the hosts and commentators taking sides as well. >> they are seeing this as a showdown and this is a water shed moment. >> protests are growing after scott walker stepped up and made it very clear to unions that they have eaton their last free lunch in his state. >> the playbook here is clear. the priority is to get rid of the unions, to break them up. the pretext to do that is financial. but it is clear that it is
country. google seems to be playing a role with our government and this is the one word -- that says it all, evil. unrest, chaos, evil spreading around the globe. it is the coming insurrection. >> glenn: hello, america. i have to tell you i get a lot of heat on this program. i really don't care. i'm going to tell you what i really think is going on. what i think going on there is growing evil on this planet. it is so transparent and clear to anybody who cares to recognize it. i think the average person does but nobody wants to say that on tv because it's crazy talk. over the past few years we have talked about revolutionaries all around the world and we have told you about this two years ago, the coming insurrection. if you haven't read it, it's not too late. you should read it. you know how they think. that is why we can predict what is happening in the world on this program because we take them at their word. you have told your friends about the activists all around the world that wish to create chaos and grab power. some days these revolutionaries were just talking about it but to
that be accurate? >> no, i'm a computer programmer. >> bill: glenn beck says google may be a threat to the world. beck has some interesting data to back it up. >> google has been reading all my emails. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. high noon for the democratic party in wisconsin. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the stakes are huge for the dems in wisconsin right now. thousands of state workers are furious that governor scott walker is asking for give backs in benefits. also wants to cripple labor unions from negotiating in that state. workers have walked off the job and many schools are shut down. there are reports that president obama's political crew organizing for america is encouraging the demonstrations. that would make sense because what is going on in wisconsin could make or break the democratic party in america. there is no question with the 3. billion-dollar short fall wisconsin is in trouble economically. so public workers will have to
by the egyptian google executive in sparking the uprising. captioning sponsored by cbs >> mitchell: and good evening. it is day two of what anti--mubarak protesters have called the new egypt and as the excitement continues, questions about the future of the country and its new leadership continue to grow. here's the latest: the military, now in control, promises to eventually hand over power to civilians and says it is committed to democracy. the new leaders also said they would honor all treaties, a move designed to reassure the u.s. and israel. and demonstrators have begun cleaning up tahrir square. once again, we have a team of correspondents covering the story and we begin with terry mccarthy in cairo. >> reporter: the square is finally emptying out tonight, but today is a day for egyptians to look to their future. for many in tahrir square, the daya began with rubber gloves gs and garbage sacks. it was the great cleanup of a square that saw battles, bloodshed, and an 18-day sit-in. sue annual was swept into drains. stones prepared as weapons were put back into the sidewalk. as burnt ou
. there are two californians in court. we will take a look at the new google phone as well. >> vicki: is the first day in court for it graduates it expected of spying in and around. reporter a year-and- a-half after -- reporter reporte-- was denied entry. theo hikers are being held in the prison. only allowed one visit from their mother of last year. sarah short was released last year. >> week created no crime. we had no way intended any harm to them with the people >> reporter: there have been lobbying for freedom. >> i do not know in their going to get it. they are innocent people. they should never been there in the first place >> reporter: they were backing off of the hiking trail by it as children and without realizing had stepped across an and marked for into i ran. >> when he started speaking to us he said " i wrong. " he pointed to the ground and he said " of iraq. " according to he did it not to enter until he told us. >> the hacker it decided not to appear on camera. >> in egypt opposing sides of the future, coming up we will discuss what compromises they are working on. >>bryan: clear s
. but there's still a sweetener for shareholders. >>> and as google loses ground, china's top internet search engine more than doubles its money in the fourth quarter. >>> egypt's credit rating downgraded. its tourism industry crippled. central bank and stock market closed. egyptian officials on guard against financial free fall. essential supplies such as food and fuel are running low. merchants are rationing supplies in some places. it is 11:00 a.m. in egypt right now on what could be a pivotal day. anti-government demonstrators called for a march of millions. you're looking at live pictures right now. this is cairo's tahrir square. the epicenter of the uprising. thousands are gathered there and the numbers seem to be growing. egypt's army declared that it will not use force to stop the protesters but officials have shut down the country's mobile phone networks and internet access ahead of today's massive march. frederick pleitgen joins us now from the egyptian capital. do you see the million-man march happening? >> reporter: oh, yeah, absolutely. if we just pan right back there towards tah
with a series of arson? >>> the reason there is hope about a google executive that disappeared a week ago in egypt could be released at any moment. that's all ahead on the ktvu morning news. >>> well good morning, to you. welcome to a brand new day. monday february 7th i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. let's start with steve paulson. >> we have mostly clear skies. fog has formed out by the valley. once that burns off sunny and nice today. still 60s and low to mid 70s but not the supper 70s or 80s. here is sal. >>> right now traffic is moving along realtively well if you are driving on the freeways. no major problems if you are driving out to the bay bridge toll plaza. westbound traffic is good. the metering lights are not on yet. let's go back to dave and pam. >> thank you, sal. we are continuing to follow developing news in san francisco this morning where firefighters are on the scene of another fire. it started just after 3:00 this morning on corbett and clayton street. kraig debro has been out there all morning long. tell us what happened. >> reporter: good morning, pam. this low c
and google's connection to egypt. come over here. you remember this story? remember we told you this is september of 2009 and the government denied it at first and then you'll see sergeant resigned just 23 days later. the story was about the art council putting out obama propaganda. they were using artists to go out in the community and then we had the proof and then he resigned and it kind of went away. that is happening again, but in a different way. tonight we'll explain. after all the talk of the regular average jeffersonian egyptian that had enough of mubarak, after all the networks just cheered and clapped at the blossoming democracy, after the media led you to believe this is a spontaneous uprising, today egypt is waking up under military rule. so far the military has zofld the parliament and suspended the constitution. plus military and police officials are clearing out the remaining protestors in cairo's tarir square and putting a ban on all strikes and ban on all strikes. you don't think the unions are involved? tell me media how do you think the average egyptian feels
of an address, cover bid the credit card act. >> and a protest outside google's headquarters today, minority groups slamming hiring practices. the black economic council, latino business chaim skber national asian american coalition say that shilly convalley companies need to do a better job of hiring and promoting american born asians, blacks and latinos saying google refused to disclose their diversity information. >> we have been trying to meet with google almost two years now. to no avail. and there is this multi billion dollar contracts we do believe it should be some diversity. >> google responded today by saying it has an inclusive work environment and promotes diversity. >> and the "wall street journal" reports google and facebook held low level talks about buying twitter. talks valued twitter at $8 billion to $10 billion according to unnamed sources and twitter lost money as it hired new employees and invested in data centers. none of the companies involved commented on this. >> coming up, saving the environment, or saving a life? the new controversy washing up at mavericks after a
on the technology side and a personal level she dear friend. >> he is google's head of marketing for the middle east and north africa and based in dubai. a relative here says the family has confirmed that he has been released. a former google co-worker is thrilled that she now free. >> i'm hoping this means he is totally healthy and all right. which is not that sure that bob the case. >> relatives believe that he will go back and join the protestors but before his arrest >> look, i put my life on line literally and now i'm back. let's keep going people. hopefully he will inspire people to not just be afraid. >> meanwhile, hosni mubarak is still in charge and although his administration would like to start negotiations with the protestors, the folks in the square say no talks for mubarak goes. >> google released a statement just moments ago. a spokesperson tells us it is a huge relief that he has been released. we send other best wishes to him and his family. today president obama spoke briefly about the events in egypt. he says they are making progress toward a path out of their political crisis. he
and google, want to lead the way. >> reporter: open or closed? now publishers have a choice. yesterday apple offered publishers a chance to sell subscriptions through apple's tightly controlled app store-- it's the same model used by newscorp's recently launched ipad newspaper "the daily." google responded today with a much more open system dubbed google one pass. >> reporter: one pass makes it easier for everyone to get the quality journalism they value. >> reporter: google lets publishers set prices, control terms and offer content on tablets, phones or the web. analyst ned may says google's goal is clear. >> they are addressing and placating the concerns of publishers by saying "here is an alternative approach, we're going to play nicer and better." >> reporter: by throwing the doors wide, google hopes to appeal to more developers and content providers. as more companies write software for google platforms, the hope is more customers will find a reason to switch from iphones and ipads to androids. but there are risks. >> it is saying "improvise, innovate, let's get creative." that creativ
. this is the way forward. >>> it's being touted as a big game-changer for google. the internet search engine is switching gears on how it ranks websites. it's all part of an effort to battle online tricksters who are out to scam their way into a higher google ranking. joining me now is caroline mccarthy, a reporter for cnet.com. explain this, because hundreds of thousands of us, especially us in the biz, use google every day to research random facts. so, how is this switch going to help the average google user, google surfer, that is? >> well, something you might have noticed when you were googling any query, is that a lot of the results were dominated by relatively generic and low-quality results that just happen to be created by companies that really have a knack for understanding search engine optimization. those companies are often referred to as content farms. you click on them, you know, you get something that's remotely related to what you're looking for, but potentially isn't very helpful, might even be factually inaccurate, and is probably covered with ads so that the company that c
major player was used to participate. >>> three nonprofit groups targeted google because it wouldn't provide a breakdown of the work force. >> only way to solve the problem is finding out what is your employment? what is your diversity? then, we can figure out are you serving the community? >> 12 out of 34 high-tech companies did respond. and the numbers indicate african americans only 3% of workers making up 7% of the state population, latinos making up 4% of the work force. and companies reported half of the work force was asian-american making up 20% of the bay area population. professor and director of ethnic studies says it appears foreign workers were aggregated with asian american autos these are high tech workers typically from china and india into the u.s. born sample that. is in ways misleading. this report is focusing on hiring of u.s. workers. domestic workers. that becomes a problem. >> findings bolster efforts by leaders to train and recruit more workers. shelly is ceo of met trick stream in palo alto. we interviewed her from washington, d.c.. >> we're leaders in many
violated. >>> if you can search for anything on the google machine, now the search engine wants you to go to the kitchen. it is sure to please cooks every where. megan, do you cook? >> i do. i will try this. lose those lines for up to a year! juvÉderm® xc is the gel filler your doctor uses to instantly smooth out lines right here. temporary side effects include redness, pain, firmness, swelling, bumps, or risk of infection. ask your doctor about juvÉderm® xc. >>> now, "good morning maryland." >>> station for joining thus morning. we want to show you something pretty cool. let's be honest, there's a good chance today you will go to google for something. they have a new feature about recipes. so if you love to cook, you will like this. now this new feature has three ways to get a recipe. so look at screen it offers three different things. ingredients including or exclude recipes that contain a certain ingredient. so if you are allergic to pee or prep time. if you say i have 30 minutes, it will work for you. view recipes that are prepared in less than 15, 30 or 60 minutes. me personally
to go down its current path. but that could never happen, right? no, not like superheroes like google. the executive that promised the muslim brotherhood would never hijack this movement. watch >> glenn: you see, they won't hijack the cause, no. by the way, a quick update. this same google executive tried to speak at the same rally, you know, in front of the million people with this guy. by the way, cbs news is estimating the crowd to be 878,000 people. a million people -- 87,000 people. the google executive. he was supposed to speak. but they stopped him from doing so because he is not one of them. according to the reports he was angered by the episode and then left the square with his face hidden by an egyptian flag. at least he left alive. somebody canned hijack a plane that you are not the pilot of. as promised the chaos has spread all around the region. perhaps most dangerously bahrain. why is that important. it's just a tiny little island where you can find the u.s. base for coordinating dozens of vessels including aircraft carriers and subs. our fifth fleet, 35,000 personnel an
ghonim is mentioned, usually his company is, too. >> couric: google executive wael ghonim create a facebook page. >> reporter: he's the middle east and north africa marketing manager at google. so far, google has commented only briefly. wit"we can't comment on his personal live life beliefs." >> it's a little tricky this relationship. this is an employee of google, yes, but he's acting on his own time. >> reporter: robert soloman says companies in emerging markets like egypt where governments are big customers need to be careful not to bite the hand that feeds them. is this connection likely a good thing or a bad thing for google? >> well, on the one hand it could be a bad thing to the extent ghonim's activities raise some questions, or jeopardize some relationships google has in egypt. however, it might be a good thing if people now view google as a good place to work and a place that allows young people to have a voice. >> reporter: a voice which ushered in a social revolution in egypt where the most powerful weapon was social networking. seth doane, cbs news, new york. >> mitc
're bringing this about with the amazing technology and help of google. the "new york times," albeit unwittingly, confirmed this. they further proved this point. please explain this story to them and then to your friends as well. it's on the front page of yesterday's "times." they didn't find anything bothersome about communist and extreme islam working together for democracy in egypt. i think that the reporters there would say wait a minute. extreme islam, communist, democracy, which one doesn't belong here? why are they working together? really? they are working together, because they all see one thing. i want to show you the communist that are in support of what happens. they both agree with one thi thing. that is the end of the western way of life. ♪ ♪ >> we're building a revolutionary party with one idea in mind. that what happened in egypt will actually happen in the united states. >> revolution now! >> this is what we need more of in america. >> we have to help bring this government down. we have to help destroy this system and the destruction of with a we call the united
the world's fair at moffett field. >>> we will hear from bay area relatives of a google worker released in egypt. >>> complete bay area news starts right now. this is bay area news at 7:00. >> good evening. it is monday, february 7. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> a new push is underway to bring the 2020 welfare to silicon valley -- the 2020 welfare to silicon valley and they say that cost is steep but the reward would be worth it. >> this is where organizers want to bring the 2020 world fair. he'll concede that is -- you can see that is the hangar. they see a perfect venue for 2020 after world fair. it says it would generate $440 million in tax revenue and pay for itself nearly six times over into his dollars and job creation. >> about 402000 jobs were, and this expo and goes directly into the economy. and goes to people producing the expo. >> reporter: the bay area has hosted expos in the past, the last time was 71 years ago and they began working on bringing the world's fair back. >> there is also an opportunity here to put the bay area and sili
in iran, bahrain, yemen, and algeria. police have mobilized to quell those demonstrations. >>> google tries to keep up with computer hackers. fedex shares may take a hit in today's trading. >> linda bell joins us from new york with details on this. >> good morning. as the washington area is thawing out from the winter freeze, those affected are fedex and others. if the world's largest cargo airlines and was hammered in december by the storms. fuel costs arising are also hurting its bottom line. rail users are concerned amtrak would lose federal money under president obama's budget. amtrak's budget would increase 40%. it would add seating on a high- speed rail service from washington to boston. however, amtrak could lose a billion dollars for capital investments to improve existing lines like the northeast corridor. use caution the next time you're using google. there's a report that shows hackers targeted the company 40% of the time as far as the end of last year. the number of attacks continues to increase even as google increases security. linda bell reporting. back to you. >> thank
--he is resigned-until. >> also, the google president is finally released after 10 days. and he has spent 10 days behind bars. 300 deaths blamed for these the egyptian protesters. >> this rally was organized by muslim student association. >> president obama is going to formally recognize southern sudan as a sovereign state. and in a statement congratulating the people of southern sudan for a successful and six inspiring referendum. and with the january vote for independent and that is the newest country in the month of july. southern sudan. >> it has been clear today and it is going to continue for the next several days. with the changes, the satellite rader shows us clear skies and driving that storm to the north. the warm, dry air. that is also going to increase our overnight wind. temperatures will be impacted tomorrow morning. 3:00 a.m., that blue is indicating 20 m.p.h. wind gusting and even more at 8:00 p.m. with mostly gusting to 20 m.p.h., fairfield 37 mph continuing later if we will still see it breezy. and take a look at what these men for the temperatures normally clear. widespread 40'
it as a dynamic or in some way secular process. that is, let's say google right now is any kind of the golden age, full of smart people. they have swimming pools and volleyball courts. and that only in five years they'll turn their interest innovation into an interest in trying to sustain power. they're trying to make sure this doesn't happen that every organization begins to decay and become rotten. so i will agree you there are advantages to these gigantic institutions. we need a essentially term limits for monopolist. we understand the politics are like no matter who the president is, after eight years he's going to be crazy. if you let him go for ever he is going to try to set up his own kingdom, become the king. and my belief is not the monopolists are terrible, it's just they stay around too long. at&t was in power for 70 years. by the '50s it already lost it, in my opinion. they have some advantages. we can disagree about that. >> let me switch. i want to get to audience questions and i want to ask one question a little bit off point but somewhat interesting and relevant. probably the most
if is brewing between google and microsoft. google says microsoft is a copying their results. to prevent they set up the website what nonsense words ended a couple of weeks the same results ended up on bing. bing did not deny that they took google into mind when they were compromising their results. >> you are going to like the weekend coming up. our forecast is showing dry weather up to the north. we're going to get the clip up to the north. nothing is quite to put a damper on our forecast. it is going to get cold up there. the wins will not be in place like last night. both areas in the inland valleys. 33 in santa rosa. upper 30's in the south bay. i look at tomorrow afternoon. warmer conditions. 68 = 0 said. 62 = send a file. 64 = layout. it is only wednesday. let us get a look at our forecast. temperatures into the 40's on sunday. low 50s by sunday, no rain in the extended forecast. stay with us will be right back after this. >> stock closed at mixed today. a day after it the dow closed at the highest level in two and a half years. it was up nearly 2 1/2 points while the nasdaq was
is officially the world's second-largest economy. it surpassed japan. google android converses microsoft -- versus microsoft. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast on pbs in america. coming up later, allegations that the judge in a trial did not write his burdick and credit against his will. a record breaking up, but how long did this valentine's day smooch last? iran has seen what may be the biggest protest against the government in more than a year. the iranian news agency is reporting that one person was shot dead as protestors in tehran cannot in the hundreds, possibly thousands, defying a security crackdown. the agency is blaming opposition supporters for the killing. james reynolds reports. >> demonstrators in tehran were told the rally was illegal. but these protesters did not listen. many covered their faces to avoid being identified. here, they confront a man the suspect working for the government paramilitary force. it is rare to see this kind of challenge. here, another group of protesters shouts, "death to the dictator." these are the biggest demonstrations against the gover
when anita said that she was citing chairman mao. >> that's not what she said. >> folks, google it. >> that's not what she said. >> anita dunn, chairman mao, that's not what she said. >> they were trying to organize a boycott against fox, lasted two weeks and now obama figured out correctly it will help him get reelected. >> and applying invoked mao the white house to shut down fox like a police station. >> she called mao her favorite political philosopher. >> in a certain way. >> that's not conducive with free speech and-- >> not in a way they would use it to, the state would shut down the media. >> and i love it when debates about mao breaks out, good times. clearly, alan, there was an effort to deny the legitimacy of fox and this is the key calibration and obama said. that the reporters are straight, and america and a free society have the diversity of opinions and not everyone has to be kind of the mushy liberalism. >> i don't think he ever said otherwise. >> let's go to lynn, what about the overall press reaction to the o'reilly-obama interview? >> well, i think the reaction w
a new friend in google's new online offeriririririririririririririri >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> police and fbi spent the day dealing with an investigation of a body under a patio. authorities found remains of a man buried beneath a patio in the back yard of this house. and they came here looking for a 74-year-old reported missing two weeks ago by neighbor who's say they haven't haven't seen him from last september about the time the patio was put in. >> i don't know what is going on over there. i don't know if she murdered him or he died. we -- he was sick and had liver problems and throat problems but i didn't believe it. i didn't know she was that weird. >> the lawyer suggests to the san francisco chronicledale smith could have died from natural causes and she buried him in the backyard which could be a misdemeanor. >> san jose airport could be getting a longer name. norman ymineta san jose international airport could be adding silicon valley under a new proposal. and some believe adding silicon valley to the name could help market the airport. >> re
>> alan: tonight, mission in could i row, relatives of this google executive tell >> alan: egypt's strongest and most influential opposition group, the muslim brotherhood, says it will sit down for talks with the new vice-president to resolve the crisis now going into its 11th day. hundreds of protesters are still in the tahir square demanding the regs resignation of president hosni mubarak. john austin is here with more on the disappearance of this man. >> reporter: it has been nine days since anyoned a heard of him, googles head of marketing. his bay area cousin said the family in egypt is getting threatening calls that he is being taught a lesson. >> disappeared on the 27th of january report record she i can -- >> reporter: she is talking about the google executive who disappeared taking part in a protest. >> this is my cousin. i know him since i can remember. >> reporter: she says she has seen the video that supposedly shows her cousin being hauled away by men in plain clothes. it's been shown on the al jazz sierra web site and she says it's definitely him. he hasn't been hea
, google will let you see summit the world -- from the comfort of your home. let's turn to bloomberg. >> good morning. they are raising fares. united continental added a surcharge they say that they have not jumped on board yet. google has introduced a new car project. it allows users to take bircher will pills. we do virtual pills. >> back to you. >> we will see you we have 35 degrees. quite the beginning of the end for egypt's president prepare the turks take on the blue devils. >> a midweek warm up. we will step on >> we are giving you another live look at weather across the area. all three d.c. airport are owed them. officials say we need to check with the airlines before you head to the airport. >> taking a another by blood care. these are the streets of chicago. it is basically said down. officials at the people to stay home completely. they have shut down a lot of roads. you realize how lucky we are when you see this. >> how lucky we are? we are. i know we are. for us snow lovers, we are a little a jealous. oh boy are we but he. we are lucky because chicago had a situation whe
woman did when he got inside. >>> have you ever googled your name? if you don't like what you find there is a way to make it go away. >>> americans captured by pirates and killed. the new questions today about how the u.s. handled the whole situation. and it's still raining in parts of our state right now. meteorologist bernadette woods has more on how long the wet weather will last. >>> complete coverage continues. with ty jackson, mary bubala, and first warning weather with brad turk and meteorologist bernadette woods and sports with mark ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> dramatic river rescue in china, a they plucked four women from the raging river this morning. the women were warning clothes in the river when the water swept them away because the current was so strong firemen had to use a rope to full them to shore. >>> begging for mercy. the man who assassinated robert kennedy will make his case to get out of prison this week. he has a parole hearing in california, sir hand sir hand, he says he can't remember killing the presidential candidate back in 1968. >>> a burglar is no match for a
and google and all of these different things to contact the businesses they're looking for. don't think the yellow pages is something people will need in the future. thanks. >> thank you. >> after this group, dominic biansetti, dave grenle. >> good evening, commissioner. thanks for your time on this valentine's day. it's great to be back. i'm the manager of a local business outreach at yelp. and today's point to go over some trends that we're seeing in the local search industry about the shifting behavior among san francisco consumers, specifically. so just quick quote, and this is from b.i. arkse kelsey, which is basically the think tank that represents the local source industry and yellow pages. we're members but more traditionally and more represents traditionally yellow book industry. even with improvements we do not anticipate a rapid recovery among traditional media over the forecast period because we believe the structural change in the local media industry has accelerated. that's the president of the b.i.a., and, again, this is a think tank for the yellow pages industry. i think
but accused of spying. kids in the north they go for a rolling record. google it also has competition for the hi pat. we'll take a look at the new honeycombed tablet. >> there is more in normalcy returning to the streets of egypt. there's talks with members of the opposition. the really rich and was willing to hear ideas on the best way to move it forward. to a point. here is my jury. >> and the cross-section of christians in cairo held a mass on sunday it. the 13th day of the campaign with longtime president terry muslims, but each of largest religious group said they would form a ring around the christians to prevent any possible harassment. there are signs of normalcy. some banks have opened. the bank has placed restrictions on withdrawals. the lions ran out the door. >> it is time to of result said it issues the president met with opposition groups to discuss grievances. one issue that is not on the table often barks immediate resignation. >> i am leaving now. who will take over? that one of the test opposition leaders to a number to stay in the meeting and says he does not by the
ever again. >> and free at last. google executive held captive in egypt is released. but he's not executive held captive in egypt is released. but he's not going quietly. 7 news >> somebody could have heard something and whoever that is please come forward and help us out. please. >> san jose family is desperate for clue in hit-and-run case that may have left this teenager girl paralyzed. >> erica luna dragged for hundreds of feet through east san jose and in critical condition. we are live at police headquarters tonight. >> police say they don't yet know whet this driver even knew that erica luna was pinned underneath the vehicle and being dragged for hundreds of feet by her family tonight is convinced that this driver did know and took off any way. skid marks stretches hundreds of feet. the entire length of this east san jose neighborhood block. that's how far erica luna family says she was dragged while trapped underneath a car. >> didn't have the deeceen is i to stop. you think about it they don't even do that to animal. they don't even do that to animal. you hi
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